In New York City real estate, the Upper East Side conjures up some very specific images, from palatial co-ops on Fifth Avenue to sprawling, pre-war condominiums on Park Avenue. All of which are very nice, but none of which have much to do with Yorkville, the small, endearingly unpretentious and less ostentatiously upscale sub-neighborhood that runs between Lexington Avenue and the East River on the easternmost edge of the Upper East Side. Yorkville has plenty of luxurious apartment listings of its own, and a notably wider array of new construction luxury condos than on the proper and largely pre-war Upper East Side itself. But Yorkville also offers many things that the more posh Upper East Side doesn't. An authentically welcoming neighborhood nestled next to Manhattan's most luxurious real estate, Yorkville is something of a secret even to those steeped in the NYC real estate scene.
Yorkville was once primarily a German and Hungarian neighborhood, and traces of that old identity remain in the form of Yorkville's numerous German restaurants, bakeries and delicatessens and the Hungarian churches along Yorkville's tree-lined side streets. Nowadays, though, it's just as easy to find high-end sushi or authentic tacos or upscale vegetarian cuisine in Yorkville, as befits the neighborhood's emergence as a younger and more diverse neighbor of the Upper East Side. Which means that while Yorkville offers everything else that the Upper East Side does -- from world-class restaurants to Central Park access (and a lovely park of its own in the East River-hugging Carl Schurz Park) to historic architecture -- it also boasts a lively nightlife scene on Second Avenue, funky boutiques, and unpretentious ethnic eateries. And, in place of the signature Upper East Side co-op, Yorkville features new construction luxury condos -- lots of them, from the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Brompton to the ultra-modern spa-inspired Miraval Living to LEED-certified green condominiums such as The Lucida and The Laurel. In short, Yorkville manages to offer everything the Upper East Side offers -- right down to a location on Manhattan's upper east side -- while being very much a neighborhood unto itself. The secret is out.
This lush, newly constructed co-op building located on the Upper East Side boasts a spacious environment that allows its residents a wonderful opportunity to create their dream home. Featuring 24-hour concierge, rooftop terrace, and private dining room, Azara is a strong addition to the Upper East Side.
With a LEED Silver certification on the horizon, the Brompton brings residents an ideal fusion of environmentalism and aesthetic appeal. State-of-the-art appliances and spa-like bathrooms make individual units a luxurious living experience, while 24-hour concierge and doorman services ensure residents’ safety.
Located in the Upper East Side, 515 East 72nd Street provides subtly stylish living in a 41-floor post-war high-rise. The luxury apartments for sale boast eco-friendly walnut finishes and state-of-the-art bacteria-resistant countertops as well as luxurious steam rooms, saunas, and hot tubs.
The Cielo, a newly constructed luxury condominium, is a remarkable addition to the already sophisticated Upper East Side. Encased in a beautiful glass exterior, the condo alludes to sleek modernism with its crafted fixtures and finishes and appliances and wood-and-stone surfaces.
Residing on the much-coveted Upper East Side, the Charles is a pre-war condominium that goes above and beyond in its effort to be a quality experience. With top-of-the-line finishes and fixtures dotting each unit, this luxury condominium also includes unique amenities such as a staff-prepared breakfast every morning.
Located on a quiet block on the Upper East Side, 1760 Second Avenue is a full-service, pet-friendly building, offering beautifully designed, luxury condominiums with unique and wide views of the neighborhood's skyline.
Century Tower, an exquisite post-war luxury condominium located on 400 East 90th Street, supplies residents with modern conveniences embedded in an electric uptown neighborhood. Residents will be pleased with the 24-story building boasting amenities such as fitness center and cinema room.
The Upper East Side’s Continental Towers exhibit classic beauty as well as graceful post-war designs from the moment you walk in. With a 24-hour concierge who is prepared to effortlessly assist residents, units in this luxury condominium sport appliances for convenient living.
A newly constructed condominium in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 170 East End Avenue offers several luxury apartments for sale. Each unit features unique 10-foot ceilings, oak flooring, and state-of-the-art kitchens. The building features with a private garage, squash court, as well as a full playroom.
The Post Toscana offers the luxury of panoramic views from a furnished rooftop terrace, with the comfort of living in one of the Upper East Side's quiet neighborhoods. The classic and elegant condos at 289 East 89th Street help shape modern Manhattan luxury.